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Cranial Cavity: the cavity enclosed by the cranium
Source: WordNet 2.1
Cranial Cavity: The cranial cavity is an enclosed chamber located within the dorsal cavity that contains a portion of the body's organs and structures. It includes the brain and is lined by the meninges. Conditions that can afflict the cranial cavity include meningitis, microcephaly, glioma, trauma, cancer, genetic disorders, and birth defects.
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